Saturday, April 01, 2006

stir it up

In the hope of saving more teaspoons from the garbage disposal, I offer this harmless and fun excercise.

Please do not stir your coffee, it is too hard on the fluids and disrupts the soul of the dead beans!

Yes I have lost my mind, as a matter of fact! Thank you for noticing.

For those who drink their coffee black, two words of warning. This excercise is not as fun. Also you must be kidding?! Put the milk in, mellow out, be creamy, get in touch with your inner udder.

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Excercise:
Take a cup or mug of coffee
Add the perfect amount of cream or milk, S L O W L Y
this has the added benefit of a visual display to watch early in the morning
( you can tell I don't have cable, or dish)
So now if you have done this right, the coffee is on the top and most of the cream or milk is on the bottom, due to the fact that you just put it there. Oh, and its heavier.
If you did it wrong there is coffee and creamer all over the counter and you have to start mopping. Try again.
Here is the cool part, yes you are going to want to get up from your blogging and go make coffee just to try this. Leave the teaspoon in the drawer or dish drain! It is now reserved for tea, and cereal and getting really tough oil stains off the garage floor.
Holding the mug in close to your chest, begin to turn yourself in a circle, counterclockwise.
The coffee/ cream mixture will appear to turn clockwise in your mug, and begin to mix together, ever so gently so that the moo part does not offend the bean part, and both will make happy harmony on their way to your gut part and give you the desired effect ( usually a trip to the bathroom).

25 comments:

Jean-Luc Picard said...
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Jean-Luc Picard said...

Good advice to remember!

Michele sent me here.

Jade said...

Hey, you were watching me make my coffee this morning weren't you? :o) Here from Michele's to say Good Morning to you!

indigo said...

LOLOL!! I'd think I'd get sick first before I'd finish the second spin.

*waves* Michele sent me!

Marcia said...

hahaha!! I'd slosh coffee all over my shirt and my husband would yell at me...

ribbiticus said...

wonderful! how come i never thought of that? lol! :)

Christi said...

haha..I think just pouring the coffee a bit harder onto the creamer mixes it up pretty well too. But I'm totally going to spin in my kitchen now =)

Kimmy said...

That's the best tip! Can't wait to try it!

Thanks for stopping by today!

Killired said...

dude! what drugs have you been doing? hahahahahaha! have you been sippin on that pumpkin juice again? why did you take the pix down? are you coming over tonight for the blog olympic training camp? i EXPECT you to show up :)

Barbara said...

Oh, it's too late to have coffee, I'm trying this in the morning!

Thumper said...

Damn, it's too bad I don't drink coffee and there's none in the house, otherwise I might try this...even though everyone would be laughin at me.

Here via Michele's!

Cyndy said...

Hello! I love to find my inner udder self..more cream please.
Michele sent me

T. said...

I make my coffee like that every day!

Michele sent me.

d.challener roe said...

Hmmm....get cable ;-)

Here from Michele's

Blond Girl said...

love it! Too bad I don't like coffee... I wonder if this would work with hot chocolate?

Miss Cow is a Cow said...

Hello via Michele's M&G.

Big Bear is gorgeous. My ex-husband used to live there, he took me to visit once.

atpanda said...

OK, this sounds like a recipe for disaster. :-)
Michele sent me.

Carmi said...

You've inspired me to try to capture the mixing of the milk with my camera. The convection makes for fascinating imagery.

DeeJay said...

Okay so now I have this massive burn on my chest and no coffee to drink. Thanks dude. :)

Okay so I didn't really do it because I'm one of those evil kinds of people who drinks their coffee black. It's not as hard on the teeth that way. ;)

The Torch Singer said...

if you are from Australia...will the coffee stir the other way????

michele sent me!

Maria said...

This had me laughing very hard, but mostly at all of you who have to put cream in your coffee in the first place.

Dropped by from Michele's place.

Snaggle Tooth said...

"Inner-Udder?" I hope this didn't have anything to do with my last-week's post!
Well, I do like lotsa whole milk in my tea... very slowly!

Leslie Shelor said...

I drink tea, so I suppose I'll have to continue to use the teaspoon. But it's safe from the garbage disposal. I don't have one.

Thanks for visiting my blog!

Nettie said...

Does the snow block the reception?

Malinda777 said...

Get in touch with your inner udder. Too funny, I'm going to use that on my husband, especially since he drinks his coffee black :)